North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 20. Motor Vehicles

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  • Article 1. Division of Motor Vehicles
  • Article 1A. Reciprocity Agreements as to Registration and Licensing
  • Article 1B. Reciprocal Provisions as to Arrest of Nonresidents
  • Article 1C. Drivers License Compact
  • Article 2. Uniform Driver's License Act
  • Article 2A. Afflicted, Disabled or Handicapped Persons
  • Article 2B. Special Identification Cards for Nonoperators
  • Article 2C. Commercial Driver License
  • Article 2D. Implied-Consent Offense Procedures
  • Article 3. Motor Vehicle Act of 1937
  • Article 3A. Safety and Emissions Inspection Program
  • Article 3B. Permanent Weigh Stations and Portable Scales
  • Article 3C. Vehicle Equipment Safety Compact
  • Article 3D. Automatic License Plate Reader Systems
  • Article 4. State Highway Patrol
  • Article 6A. Motor Carriers of Migratory Farm Workers
  • Article 7. Miscellaneous Provisions Relating to Motor Vehicles
  • Article 7A. Post-Towing Procedures
  • Article 7B. Notification of Towing
  • Article 9A. Motor Vehicle Safety and Financial Responsibility Act of 1953
  • Article 10. Financial Responsibility of Taxicab Operators
  • Article 10A. Transportation Network Companies
  • Article 11. Liability Insurance Required of Persons Engaged in Renting Motor Vehicles
  • Article 12. Motor Vehicle Dealers and Manufacturers Licensing Law
  • Article 12A. Motor Vehicle Captive Finance Source Law
  • Article 13. The Vehicle Financial Responsibility Act of 1957
  • Article 13A. Certification of Automobile Insurance Coverage by Insurance Companies
  • Article 14. Driver Training School Licensing Law
  • Article 15. Vehicle Mileage Act
  • Article 15A. New Motor Vehicles Warranties Act
  • Article 15B. North Carolina Motor Vehicle Repair Act
  • Article 16. Professional Housemoving
  • Article 17. Motor Carrier Safety Regulation Unit

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